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CNBC
Nov 7, 2013 3:00pm EST
takeaway today? beau, what's your take away and your investment club members from the facebook ipo that's helped you analyze the twitter ipo? what do you come away from both of these deals learning? >> i think what i come away with was the market's reaction in general to the ipo. the opening up at 45 and the climb to 50 really kind of shows a lot of faith in twitter. but specifically you have to think it shows a lot of faith in their future earnings -- future earnings. i don't think they'll become profitable until early as 2015, 2017. i think a lot of people are buying into that. whether or not that's a reaction kind of where over the corals, it kind of happened with the bubble -- dot com bubble or not, i think time will only tell. so that's kind of how we feel about that. >> okay. in the moment we have remaining let's ask you what you are buying in your club. steven, you first. >> i definitely like apple with their new release of their new ipads, new i macs. going into the holiday season that's going to be a big purchase. i think they constantly continue to innovate. >> even with the wea
CNBC
Nov 27, 2013 2:00pm EST
where there will be this eb beau lent stock price rise here. the stock has moved over 30% since there's been chatter about a deal. so if there isn't a deal, we think fair value range is more or less around the 110 to 120 range which is well below where we are now. now, for a strategic buyer like a cable company this deal makes sense because you can get cost synergies out ofs the deal. but unfortunately, for a shareholder at this inflection point we don't think there's much juice on the upside. >> okay. possibly it's being built in and we're sitting at 136 for those of you listening at home. what do the charts say the premiums already in or further upside? >> well, mandy, i'll first say this. any time a name turns into an event sort of name, technicals have to take the back seat and you have to listen to analysis from guys like chad, jon kathy and alfredo on our event desk. i love stock chart and i'm here so let's it take a look at the chart. the chart has a beautiful up trend since the 2009 loads and that's still intact right here. it gave you two very strong technical buy points over t
CNBC
Nov 25, 2013 2:00pm EST
talking numbers joined by andy bush and zach karabell. andy to you, i'm not bashing pity beaus or zero, but who's going to lead us to the promised land it's not necessarily a copier or stamp company. >> no. you would not think so. people are throughout the marketplace and really throughout the country where i travel, everybody's talking about is this a bubble, have we hit the peak and, you know, it's really hard to call a bubble but what i would say as far as for solar is concerned, this is a good example, the thing has been momentum driven. take a look at the chart, this thing is just like crazy up and crazy down. and when something like this stalls out, that's when i like to get involved with the stock. if you take a look at this thing, just had a high of 66. it's trading down below its 10 day moving average at 62, down around 59.5. the 30 day is around 57. with something like this i try to anticipate further downside softness and therefore i wouldn't mind selling it here right around 59.30 or 59.50 a stop above 62.25 and looking at 47.25 on the downside so we're anticipating th
CNBC
Nov 7, 2013 6:00pm EST
: hey, jim, my 10-year-old daughter, emma, wants to say something to you. >> sure. >> caller: beau, beoo-boo-boo-y. >> there's a kid with sense. what do you got? >> caller: talking about the social space, if you're playing something that's disruptive like that, if that's how you feel, you're not worried about evaluations. you're looking at the upside, aren't you? >> there are times that some people, not me, some people are willing to pay any price. linkedin is the game changer and own that business. i like linkedin. linkedin could be very cheap on -- earnings that came out two years ago. that's what's important. i believe in that. growing pains? we're seeing a selloff in growth stocks. you know what that means. pretty soon you're going to have to start hunting. after the break, try to make you more money. >>> coming up, french fried? pretzel burgers weren't enough to satisfy wall street's hunger for growth. and despite better than expected earnings, wendy's got cooked in today's tape. is this just an opportunity to take a bite? don't miss cramer's exclusive. i'm only in my 60's...
CNBC
Nov 11, 2013 9:00am EST
quality goods, prompting companies around the world to open up more plans there, fill le beau joins us live from mexico with some more on this phenomenon. good morning, phil. >> reporter: good morning, kelly. we're on the floor of the plant for a japanese auto parts supplier. they are going to be building exhaust systems as well as control modules for nissan, general motors, mazda, they're exploetding here. they're in the midst of a hiring boom. they are going to 1,400 workers a year ago. by the time this expansion is done in the next few years, they'll be up to 3,100 workers. that's what we are seeing throughout mexico when you look at the auto and aerospace industry. this has become the hottest place for the growth of those jobs. primarily because it benefits from a number of factors, including trade agreements, low cost, et cetera. take a look at this, a lot of people sit there and say, around they shipping jobs to china? look at the cost difference for jobs and exports out of mexico versus china versus the united nations united states. they have to realize members ka has become the
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